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>> fox 5 all over three big stories off of the top tonight. homeward bound. thousands of u.s. troops pulling out of iraq in a matter of weeks. >>> young lives touched by tragedy. teammates of an 11-year-old found dead in the woods pause to honor his life and memory. >>> and a 10-year-old girl dragged into the woods and attacked. tonight, the man who came to her rescue talks to fox 5. >>> we're going to begin with the end of the war in iraq. good evening, everyone. i'm brian bolter. >> i'm maureen umeh in for shawn. president obama making the surprise announcement this afternoon. thousands of troops will be back home by the holidays. jennifer davis starts us off tonight. >> the troops in iraq will definitely be home for the holidays. >> reporter: the president declares an official end to the iraq war announcing he'll bring the 40,000 u.s. troops there home by the end of the year. >> tens of thousands of them will pack up their gear and board convoys for the journey home. after nearly 9 years, america's war in iraq will be over. >> reporter: the president made the announcement
austin jackson. >> tim: right on the money! again, mike napoli telling us that he loves to catch and not d.h. because then he is right in the middle of the action. and was he ever then. the tag at home plate. and now the throw to get jackson. >> joe: raburn with the bases empty fouls it. and the count 1-1. i don't know if napoli and mike scioscia his former manager with the angels always saw eye-to-eye. i think napoli wanted to be more the regular catcher with the angels, but he was taught by one of the better fundamentally schooled catchers in the game in mike scioscia. and the rangers are reaping the benefits of that. >> tim: i think mike scioscia from a teacher's standpoint and a manager's standpoint is about as good as it gets. that is not an easy pitch to throw. because your transfer has got to be longer. you make the one-handed catch inside. he has to bring the glove around. you have to have quick hands to do that. napoli got his man. >> joe: now the count is 3-1 on raburn. with the big guy on deck. two out, nobody on. raburn was taking, it looked like. it's a full count. g
>>> this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >>> the snow may be over for most of us, but the affects of the early winter storm are still in full effect. >>> an arrest in the murder of a howard university student. we have an emotional one on one with the victim's girlfriend. >> and a way to find out how much it's going to cost you to send your kid to college. we test out the out of pocket calculator. >> thanks for joining us this saturday night, i'm maurine. >> and i'm will thomas. we will kick things off in the weather center. a wild weather day, snow in october, what's going on? >> absolutely. it was really not supposed to happen this way. it was a storm that hit just about all of our area with some wet snow, accumulating snow. a little bit of rain fall. very uncommon. we went from a trace to some areas in the district to 14 inches out in west virginia. take a look at the radar. the good news is, it is starting to move its way out, but new england is getting pounded. you can see behind it, we are dealing with much more. except maybe some cloud coverage. >> and temperature is an
to the store after hours. joining us to talk about the trial is former prince george's county prosecutor and state's attorney glenn ivey. glenn, thanks for joining us this evening. >> thanks for having me. >> let's talk about this defense admission, an opening statement that question, brittany norwood killed jayna murray. what are we to make of that? >> apparently the defense decided that the evidence was not to try and challenge the fact that the defendant committed the murder but instead to attack the issue of premeditation. the logic there is if they went on that point, you would end up with a second degree murder conviction which would have a maximum of a 30-year jail sentence as opposed to a potential life sentence for a first degree murder conviction. >> clearly the state, montgomery county, wants life in prison for brittany norwood and obviously wouldn't make a plea deal. so it happens this way? >> yeah. don't know what the plea negotiations were. i assume that they had some fairly extensively. why it didn't come together, perhaps the defendant didn't want to plead guilty or maybe
. >> reporter: u.s. officials say anwar al al weak inspired the plot over the christmas day plane bomb. >> the u.s. born extremist, he had the added ability to understand more about our kun trigger prance some of its weaknesses -- country, perhaps some of its weaknesses or vulnerability. >> reporter: 10 years ago al- awlaki served as an imam at this falls church where he said railed against the middle east and its unconditional support of israel. >> the way we deal with the issues is very different. he believed in fighting. we don't. my religion does not teach me to fight or to i can. >> reporter: partly because of al-awlaki's former ties to the mosque the fbi had kept the place under surveillance. >> we weren't happy when we became aware of it, but at the same time we're not threatened by it because we don't do anything wrong. >> reporter: al-awlaki also had ties to a mosque in the san diego area where u.s. officials say met and tutored amount least a couple of the september 11th -- at least a couple of the september 11th terrorist hijackers. the brookings hanlen calls the war on al-qaeda the big
. the news she got was that the two suspects had been arrested in florida by us marshals. she was excited but realizes this is far from over. >> i was just really relieved that they were caught. >> reporter: that was thompson's reaction to the news of the arrest in the murder of her 22-year-old son demetrius thompson. around 1:00 p.m., dc police called to tell her they arrested two suspects in florida, vince gray and delron atchison, both of dc. >> i can't describe the feeling of this void, to know that these people were still out there not knowing what my son could have done to you for you to shoot him like that. >> reporter: it was thursday, october 20, 12:08:00 a.m. when thompson was fatally shot on a metrobus at alabama avenue southeast. >> the information we have right now is preliminary that this stemmed from some type of argument that happened moments before the actual shooting. >> reporter: police say when the case started, they didn't have a lot to go on so they reached out to the media and other social networks. also, police released surveillance video of two men getting on the
to see how safe your property is. >> nicole who asked us not to use her last name knows exactly how thieves broke into her home. >> my daughter was cooking and something burned. the house filled up with smoke, so she opened up the windows and left it cracked a little bit. >> a thief got in through that open window, took the family's laptop and fled. similar crimes have been happening all over takoma park. 14 break ins last month. most of the thieves got in through open windows or broke in to get in. two burglars went in through the front door. >> kicking in of the doors during the day. the going in, seem to be targeting electronics and things they can sell. >> a good boy. >> councilwoman thinks the family pet makes her home less attractive to thieves. she's also urging her neighbors to look around their homes to see where they are vulnerable. >> even if they kick through the door, it's going to get met with a chain, so they won't be able to breakthrough at the door. >> takoma park police will come out to your house and do a security check for free. they focus on those areas tha
your highlights in today's game coming up. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm sarah simmons. >> we know very clear now fall is here. >> but we are looking at big changes this week. gwen tolbart has the forecast for us. hi. >> i hope you bundled up today because we had the rain, cool conditions. it was just down right chilly and holder heading into tonight. let's -- colder heading into tonight. let's begin with a look at where our temperatures were today, 52 degrees at national airport, 50 at dulles, 51 degrees at bwi. let me give you a comparison because this is where we should have been. we should have had 72 degrees for the seasonal average at national, 70 at dulles and baltimore. so we are 20 some plus degrees below the seasonal average. so fall is making sure everybody knows it has made its appearance. ris at international airport, 46 degrees at dulles, 48 degrees at baltimore. the clouds are dominating our skies, widespread rainfall that's moved in and out throughout the course of tonight. some of you dealt with it earlier. some of you didn't see anything and others had pockets of
? >> i was very focused tonight and i knew this was a big game for us. i had to step up and made sure i was prepared. i was motivated from my start against the tigers. i didn't goos long as i wanted to so i did everything i could to get prepared. >> you had two notable conversations with ron washington. tell me what he said to you before the game in the dugout and the ninth inning on the mound. >> just making sure if i go in i'm not trying to hit him. it's not intentional, keep doing your normal game plan. if you hit them one of our guys will get hit, too. go in there and back them off the play and continue to pitch your game and obviously the second conversation i was beg to go stay out there. i told him i will give it everything i've got. i can get the double play, feeling good. just let me finish. if i don't get it, take me out and let nevin face pujols. >> the crowd was chanting your name and you got the huge ovation walking off the mound. >> it was huge. that's what i love about texas fans. they are in the game nonstop. they are roaring no matter what is going on. i came off the fi
, another ugly loss for the redskins. sports director dave feldman joins us with what went wrong this week. >>> and an october snowstorm causing big problems across the northeast. now millions of people are without power. we take a look at how cities are dealing with the aftermath. thanks for joining us tonight, i'm will thomas. >>> the man accused of killing a nun in a drunk driving accident last year goes on trial tomorrow in prince william county. the 23-year-old illegal immigrant who is facing the charges faces up to 40 years in prison if he's convicted. fox 5's audrey barnes is in the newsroom with a look at the case. good evening. >> good evening, will. supporters of tougher immigration enforcement say this case is a symbol of brian immigration system. the nun who lost -- of a broken immigration system. the nun who lost her friend say all they care about is justice for the victim. 66-year-old sister denise mosher was killed. two other nuns were critically hurt at 8:00 on a sunday morning last year when an alleged drunk driver slammed head on into their vehicle. the driver, 23-year-ol
telling us the death of the company's founder and chairman is almost like losing a member of the family. >> i am surprised, and not surprised. i expected something to happen, but just right after the announcement of the new iphone yesterday is really surprising and pretty disheartening. >> reporter: if you're trying to gauge the impact steve jobs has had on our world all you have to do is lack inside his apple store here on wisconsin avenue in georgetown. it's bright and busy, teaming with customers eager to spend their hard-earned money on gadgets of all kind and prizes of the modern communication of man. >> i just bought this yesterday, so it's the older one, not the brand-new one. i'll tell you honestlily i'm mad at myself. why didn't i get one sooner. >> apple always has a very refined experience. they pretty much lead it and define it so now they're the benchmark. >> we're traveling to cuppertino, california, and today i hear news that steve jobs has died. >> we just ran into doris visiting from cuppertino, california, headquarters of apple usa. >> it's sad to hear that steve is go
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back to our weather central and check in again with rick. it's all yours. give us good news, please. >> you know, i do have a little bit of good news, joe. you have seen it there. a small cell that is passing right over the park right now and behind it you can see the lighter shades of green. that is lighter rain. some of that rain isn't even reaching the ground. we'll be teased throughout the night with the cells, the sudden bursts and then it dries out again. most of the heaviest activity is staying to the west of interstate 35. right here, you can see all the red and orange. those are intense thunderstorms and they should stay west of the ballpark. >> joe: all right. good. so that is good news. it has all but stopped again. the grounds crew right now is at the ready. if tim welke says pull it off and it kind of feels like that could happen shortly, they'll rip that thing off and we'll get back to playing here in this top of the fifth inning. so we'll take a break. try to find joe torre. and ask a guy who won all those rings if it's going to rain. what in the world is going on? ba
touched so many lives. >> now you have a little computer in your hand everywhere you go. he's brought us closer to tay star trek than a lot of people have -- star trek than a lot of people have. >> i think he achieved more than what people in my generation hoped a big corporation can achieve. >> reporter: steve jobs made computers accessible, fun and easy to use and continued to innovate not just creating products but revolutionizing industries connected to them. with itunes and the ipod music game easier than ever to buy, listen to and share and the iphone making consumers demand so much more from their digital devices. >> the ipod, the ipad, the iphone, apple tv, they're just like oxygen for so many people. you just live your life with them. >> reporter: washington capitals owner ted leonsis began his career in the computer industry about the same time steve jobs and his fledgeling company created the macintosh personal computer. they worked together on several projects over the years. >> he was a very, very driven focused passionate person and made you do things that frankly you didn'
, and raise 'em high. because as great as this is! there's even more ahead of us! and the only question is... are you ready? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ an accident doesn't have to slow you down. with better car replacement lable only with liberty mutual auto insurance, if your car's totaled, we give you the money for a car one model year newer. to learn more, visit us today. responsibility. what's your policy? >> joe: tonight's game is sponsored by:. >> joe: darren oliver takes over. one out, nobody on. a run is home. don kelly, then jhonny peralta. a tight breaking ball from darren oliver. strike 1. kelly 0 for 3 tonight. came in since september 1st hitting .343 with four home runs. that includes the postseason. and home run in game five at yankee stadium with one out in the first. 0-2, the count. >> tim: darren oliver, one of the game's true gentleman, just turned 41 years old five days ago, october 6th. >> joe: this is a big frame for the detroit tigers. it has been all year. they are 80-0 when leading after seven innings, which they will be tonight. to the back end of their bullpen is
memorializes the colorot memorial mall. his family is proud. >> let us embrace god's legacy, let us celebrate dad's life, today represents another mile stone in the life of america. this is a day that all americans can be proud of. >> reporter: the three story high sculpture shows king wearing a stern look, crossing his arms, clutching papers in his hand, a towering figure in tone and in history. >> martin luther king, jr. must be looked upon as one of the founder fathers of the new america, but this man is one man, not only free of people, but he liberated a nation. >> there is heavy lifting to be done again, and in the spirit of dr. king's lasting legacy, we need to start now. >> author, activist and princeton professor cornell west is spending the night in a dc jail. he was arrested october on the steps of the dc group that have occupied the plaza. 14 others were also arrested during the protests. october 2011 made news earlier this month when the protests shut down the air and space museum in dc. >>> iran could be testing nuclear weapons technology. >> president obama wants the un to rele
out in front of the world. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm shawn yancy. >> and i'm brian bolter. amanda knox is a free woman. emotions ran high as an appeals court threw out her murder conviction today. fox 5's ever working this one now. >> amanda knox left the italian prison a free woman tonight. all along she maintained her innocence in the stabbing death of her study abroad roommate meredith kercher and today her four-year ordeal ended. amanda knox set free as an italian court exonerates her in the murder of her british roommate. this day started with the 24- year-old seattle native tearfully begging for her freedom. >> i don't want to be punished, deprived of my life, of my future for something that i did not do because i am innocent. >> reporter: knox has spent four years behind bars in this prison outside perugia. the case started in november of 2007 when italian police found the body of knox's housemate meredith kercher, her throat slit. prosecutors claimed knox with her former boyfriend and a drug dealer from the ivory coast killed kercher when she refused to participate
shows no signs of slowing down. thanks for joining us tonight. >>> we begin in loudoun county where the former president of a youth football league faces serious charges. >> his name is raymond taylor accused of stealing $50,000 from the youth group. fox 5's audrey barnes is just back with our top story at 10:00. >> the news sent shock waves through the bleachers at fireman's field. parents can't believe taylor who has coached their kids' football teams from 12 years is accused now of stealing money from them. football and loudoun county is almost as sacred as baseball and hotdogs, but now the trust that so many parents have put into the upper loudoun youth football league has been shattered by news that former president rahm taylor may have stolen $50,000 -- raymond taylor may have stolen $50,000 from the program. >> the fact that somebody would take advantage of a system and kids and the parents and everything else is just shocking. >> reporter: members of the league's board noticed irregularities in their accounts and contacted police. investigate ors from the loudoun county sher
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weeks. thanks for joining us. i'm shawn yancy. >> and i'm brian bolter. william mcquain was last seen october 1st and his mother's body was found in her germantown apartment with no sign of her son. bob barnard is working this one tonight. >> reporter: curtis lopez will come here to the montgomery county jail sometime later this week to face those first-degree murder charges. as police try to find his step- son, murder victim jane mcquain's missing son william. saying only they are not acting on a hunch, montgomery county police have spent the past two days in the woods in several locations not too far from the germantown home where jane mcquain was found murdered last wednesday. her 11-year-old son william is missing, hasn't been seen since his last day at school, mlk middle in germantown sept 30th. >> i love james. i love him well. >> reporter: we spoke by phone with ronald mccombs, a one-time boyfriend of jane mcquain who said he helped to raise william. >> i know jane, she was my girlfriend for almost 12 years. >> reporter: he sent us this picture of mother and son together. >> al
. >> reporter: his wife answered and invited us inside. according to a month formry county police and search warrant she showed us, detectives found unusual size 8 boot print at the crime scene. the boots match those issued by ride-on buses. and jessica's stepfather wears size 8. jessica was the daughter of honk's previous write. he was still married to jessica's mother but living here with a new wife. as we reported in the days after the murder, the community grew alarmed because investigators would never say whether they believe the killer was a stranger or known to the family. i spoke with the suspect's mother. she lives out of the area. she insists that he is innocent of the murder. >> we don't know the motive of the murder or why it took so long for police to solve this case? >> we do not. montgomery county police are to formally announce the arrest tomorrow morning. programs we'll learn then of a motive and why it took five months to make an arrest. >>> still developing tonight in montgomery county, maryland, police found the body of a young boy in the woods. police believe it is that
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in me. >> fox 5 is all over a developing story tonight. amanda knox is on u.s. soil after spending four years in an italian prison. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm shawn yancy. >> i'm brian bolter. tonight knox is back home in the seattle area day after an italian court overturned her murder conviction. fox 5's ever following this one -- laura evans following this one down in the newsroom. >> finally free from the italian prison that held her for four years and tonight it was a sweet homecoming to well wishers and a swarm of photographers. let's show you amanda knox's plane about to land at seattle airport a little after 8 p.m. eastern time tonight, touching down on u.s. soil, knox's first time home in over four years. she flew from rome to london and from there a direct flight to seattle on business class in the plane's secluded upper deck. the airline says it was to preserve her privacy. at least nine members of the media were on board below but were not allowed to go upstays and had to stay seated while customs officials escorted her and her family off the plane. as they're going
! there's even more ahead of us! and the only question is... are you ready? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> joe: here is arthur rhodes, who has put together these numbers over six games. he's got one job, but so does josh hamilton. hamilton's job is to tie it or give the rangers their first lead of the night. and he rips one into right. that will tie the ballgame. tagging and scoring is kinsler. the throw to third too late. it's a 1-1 game with the go-ahead run at third. one out on a sac fly by josh hamilton. now with michael young coming up, we should have yet another pitching change. >> tim: after a visit to the mound by molina. hamilton does two things with one swing. he drives in the tieing run and moves the go-ahead run to third base with one out. but that shows you the importance of the cut-off man, albert pujols, on that throw from center fielder jon jay in allowing elvis andrus to get to second base. >> joe: now elvis is 90 feet away. lance lynn coming in. michael young coming up. what a game here in game two! >> joe: lance lynn takes over. the go-ahead run at third. one ou
-o at a store near you and join us at switchtoturkey.com. >> joe: there are the numbers. game four. and the start for holland now working out of the bullpen, which is where he was last year during the post season, coming out of the pen. he has been a starter all year. he will deal with jon jay. with the bases loaded, two out. >> tim: joe, you and i were talking about it during the break. what about allen craig in this situation? holland would have to pitch to him. in doing that, tony la russa would weaken his defense to the point where you'd have to move holliday to center or allen craig to center. that is why la russa is not pinch-hitting here. >> joe: good pitch from holland on the hands of jon jay. if you didn't catch the numbers, 8-1/3, no runs, two hits. seven strike-outs, 116 pitch night. on sunday night in game four, for derek holland. bases loaded. two out. jay cracks his bat. and holland makes the play. the cardinals tie it. and leave the bases loaded. what a game. game sixth. we go to the seventh, tied at four.  three things to know about the proposed me
this. i'm good. >> i'm getting used to it. >> trying to give him a little bit of time. you are unbelievable. i've never seen anybody get hit as much as you do. >> joe: now napoli hits a two-hopper to peralta for out number 1. the foul tips just pound avila. >> tim: alex's dad, who is the assistant general manager of the tigers, his grandfather ralph avila -- there's al -- alex's grandfather, ralph avila, signing 39 dominican players. just unbelievable. and i mean big-name players. one of the gate -- great scouts in the history of the game. >> joe: the ball down-and-out to nelson cruz. hands down the mvp of this alcs. at this point, nelson cruz, in a single postseason series all-time, look at these names, including a long-time texas rangersger, juan gonzales. five home runs. as he gets under this one and fouls it down the left-field line. 2-1. five homers against tigers pitching. the 2-1. hard-hit right at inge. two out. even his outs are loud. once again tonight's volkswagen passatt trivia question, what's the meaning of "the mendoza line" and for which of these two teams d
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outside first. ken rosenthal is with us. and ken, we spent a lot of time in the regular season, in cardinal games talking about pujols as the pending free agent. the cardinals have gone this deep, now in the world series in 2011. does it help his chances of coming back to st. louis? or does it affect it at all in your mind? gest it probably doesn't make a difference. you -- >> ken: it probably doesn't make a difference. he will give them the first and probably the last opportunity to sign him but this is a business decision. in spring training he turned down nine-year deal in $190 to $200 million range. cardinals have five-day window to negotiate with him exclusively but that is not going to matter. he is going to hit the open market. >> tim: he almost hit the open market with that swing. >> joe: 423 feet. as mike gonzalez the left-hander gets loose for the rangers in their pen. ogando was virtually untouchable in the alcs has been hit by the cardinals in this world series. that is outside. full count. and it keeps ballooning to a five-run game. then the rangers come right back
. essentially who knew what and when did they know it? help us shine light on what is a major scandal. >> democrats say that the gop is grand standing. >> there was no criminal association. these allegations flying around about coverup are exactly the problem with this investigation. >> the white house is defending a $535 million loan to solyndra before it went bankrupt. now changes to that loan are sparking new questions. >> i think those are important questions to ask because it looks like there is a coverup. >> reporter: solyndra was already in financial trouble when the energy department changed its loan. the company's investors would be repaid before taxpayers if solyndra failed. the change raised concerns at the treasury department. >> i can say that the department of treasury input and view is that extreme care should be taken in putting taxpayers at risk. >> the energy department ignored its call to have the loan changes cleared by government lawyer. >> absent other authorities, we recommended that department of energy consult with the department of justice. >> reporter: and n
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